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What to say and not say after romance

15 October 2015, 12:11 Anne Muigai

Have you ever wondered what you're supposed to say in those beautiful, romantic moments right after you kiss or make love to someone?

Maybe nothing, maybe everything or maybe a simple “Yeehaw!"

We sure get caught up between what exactly we should say and not say. But you ought to know that there are wrong things you should never, ever say after you've landed some lip-on-lip, body-on-body contact.

It doesn’t matter how intense it was; you ought to carefully choose what you say to your partner. Some of the overused words like; I liked it, you are something or we should do this again are changing in meaning over time to simply signify boredom.

It’s not once that I have heard a woman say that if a man uses one of these pickup phrases after a moment with them, they will not hesitate to dump any memories they ever made.

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Women love to talk and hear about how beautiful they look and how they make you feel, all in vivid details.

In fact, experts say that verbal communication is the key to emotional intimacy for women. This means that she will want to share more moments with you after this.

On the other hand, men tend to connect emotionally after sex, with connection levels depending on how satisfying the moments were.

It is needless to emphasize that what you say to your romance buddy has the power to crank up their arousal, confidence, and make romance even more amazing for the both of you.

So what should you say and never say?

Avoid compliments that are not genuine like a plague. Always mean what you say and remember that your body language always tells the truth, and if it isn’t in-sync with your words, your partner is going to call you a bluff.

Steer clear of the common cliché line, “you’re  good kisser”. Try to say more about how much you love kissing them, or making love to them. “ I love how passionately you kiss” or “I feel so good when I’m with you” are great ways to show how much you are into them.

Let your partner know you relish your connection and are in no hurry to get on with your life. Say how much you would love to stay there with them.

Evolve from shyness. Don’t just say “it’s been real,” it may sound like just another moment. Tell your partner how much you liked what they did, in detail. You can say, “I loved it when you…”. This shows that you would love them to do it again and again.

There are a million things you should say and not say to your partner if you want to keep them close. Focus, and be open and willing to make them happy and you will be happy too.

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